New Life Pregnancy Centers
To provide hope and care to those facing a pregnancy, planned or unplanned, through Christ-centered ministries.
To see that every unborn baby, every child, every man and every woman is shown care, support, patience, kindness, and the love of Jesus Christ.
Locations in: Avondale (coming soon!), Bullhead City, Casa Grande, Florence, Holbrook, Phoenix (2 Locations), Snowflake, St Johns, Tucson, Wickenburg and Yuma.
Services at the New Life Pregnancy Centers include: Pregnancy testing, parenting classes, post-abortion counseling, diapers and clothes, Bible studies (at some locations), referral resources and STD Education.
Pregnancy Center Volunteering
Interested in volunteering at a New Life Pregnancy Center?
Please contact the center in your city for more information and volunteer positions.
Father Daughter Purity Ball Events
As a ministry of the New Life Pregnancy Centers, Father Daughter Purity Balls are held every other year across Arizona in Phoenix, Tucson, Yuma and Snowflake. Learn more about the Purity Ball Events.
Stories of Hope & Women Choosing Life
A 17-year-old young lady named Abigail came into the Bullhead City New Life Pregnancy Center. Abigail was pregnant but said she did not want to keep the baby because she already has a 16-month-old child. She said her father had told her, “If you get pregnant again you are out of here,” and she therefore feared not having a home if she were to keep the baby.
The father of the baby did not want Abigail to have an abortion but was recently arrested and now in jail, leaving Abigail feeling alone in the decision. Sammie Livermore, director of the center, talked with her about Jesus and what scripture says since Abigail had stated she was a Christian. The Word spoke to her heart and she asked Sammie for alternatives to abortion.
As they talked, she expressed her true desire to keep and raise the child in her womb. Sammie then discussed with her the support available to her in the community and the specific ways Sammie knew her church would want to come alongside her. Sammie encouraged Abigail to go to her Pastor for support and gave her information for Pastor Byron, ABCS Program Administrator and local pastor, as well. Abigail took all the information and promised to follow through. Sammie prayed with her and when they got done Abigail said, “Thank you. I am so glad you were here.” “So am I,” Sammie said. “Glory to Jesus….I entrust her to Him.”
A young girl named Rachel came to New Life Pregnancy Center in Tucson for an ultrasound. She brought her friend with her for moral support, because she was unsure what she was going to do with the baby. When Rachel saw the baby on the monitor she began to cry.
Ultrasound technician Julie Crawford said it was one of the best ultrasound images she had ever seen. “You could see everything,” Julie said. Rachel responded saying, “I didn’t know it was going to be like that.” She was so excited she called an hour later asking if she could come back in with her mother. When Rachel’s mom saw her grandchild on the monitor she filled with joy. Praise God for working in the heart and life of this young girl!
At the New Life Pregnancy Center in Yuma, one of our clients endured a pregnancy that did not progress as planned. After much anticipation, these first-time parents went in for their first ultrasound, happily expecting to find out if they would be blessed with a baby girl or a boy. With the wonderful news that they were having a girl, they also received the news that she had a condition called Gastroschesis, which is a birth defect in which the infant’s intestines develop on the outside of the abdomen through a defect on one side of the umbilical cord. She also had clubbed feet, malformed hands, and the left side of her heart was enlarged. They feared she would not survive another week in the womb.
At that point, the young couple had the option of ending the pregnancy but through their devastation, they realized how much they loved this baby and they were going to keep her. It was a difficult pregnancy with many tests and a great deal of uncertainty. But on December 20, Bella was born by C-section, weighing 4 pounds. She was born with additional health problems that included not being able to move her arms, legs, or hands, and her hips were dislocated. After a month in the NICU, and many surgeries, Bella was responding and was able to perform some basic functions. Bella’s parents say, “She is perfect to us!” Please join us in prayer for this young family. They are truly an example of Christ’s unconditional love for us.
When Lorena first came to a parenting class that our New Life Pregnancy Center in Wickenburg offered at the high school, she was nervous, giggling and chatting during the entire class period. Lorena shared that she was about 3 months pregnant and that her boyfriend was upset and not speaking to her. At the next parenting class session, she seemed a little more at ease. NLPC director Leslie Morrison asked Lorena if she had seen a doctor and her eyes began to dart around the room before finally focusing downward on her backpack. She stated that her doctor had recommended she have “something like a sort-of forced miscarriage,” because she was not gaining the appropriate amount of weight. He thought it was too risky for her to carry to term. Her mother refused to help her make any decision and her ex-boyfriend did not care what she did. Jeffrey, who was also at parenting class that day, confirmed this with a shrug.
“Oh, Father,” Leslie prayed inwardly, “Here are some precious lives. Give me words.” I advised Lorena to be sure she knew exactly what this doctor intended for her before deciding anything. She winced slightly when I showed her a brochure with pictures and pointed out a few brief facts of what her baby was like at this point in her pregnancy. She simply nodded when I presented a section in another brochure that gave a short synopsis of what type of abortion her doctor was probably recommending. She giggled, but seemed grateful when I urged her for about the 8th time to be sure she knows as much as possible before making any decision and that I was there to help her learn about her options.
I don’t know what Lorena has chosen yet, but please join me in praying that God’s love and strength will surround her, and that He will continue to use ordinary people like me to remind Lorena of His supernatural care.
*Names have been changed for the purpose of confidentiality